40 million Americans have issues with anxiety and are typically prescribed medication. In my mid 40’s I began to have anxiety attacks. They would come on for seemingly no reason at all. I had the stress level of most people in their 40’s that had kids, a marriage and a job. But there was nothing a doctor could point to and tell me that was the cause. I was prescribed Paxil and later Xanax. In my case the medication made me drowsy and therefore, I could only take it when the anxiety hit me. Otherwise I wouldn’t be able to function each day.
Bouts with anxiety are debilitating. I once laid on a hotel room bed 3,000 miles from home on a business trip constantly measuring my heart rate. It was in excess of 100 for 2 hours when normally my heart rate is in the low 60’s. The only thing I could do was call my wife just so I could hear her voice.
If you suffer with anxiety your first step should be to see a medical professional. In that way you can rule out anything more serious or a serious cause of your anxiety. If you have visited with a medical professional and still have anxiety you may find some help within the article.
In many cases anxiety and depression are caused by a lack of chemicals, and hormones affecting certain neurotransmitters in the brain. The drugs prescribed by physicians are designed to offset this chemical or hormonal imbalance but as is commonly known, come with side effects.
Drugs like Lexipro, Prozac, Paxil and Zoloft are called SSRI’s. SSRI stands for “Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors”. Therefore they work to produce a higher level of Serotonin produced in your body. A doctor may have to try you on different ones before they find the right drug for you.
In recent years it has been discovered that certain natural substances also increase the chemicals and hormones in the brain which in turn affects our neurotransmitters to help us with anxiety, depression, chronic mild pain, energy, focus, clarity and more. They are called Nootropics. Nootropics may be synthetic and made in a lab or they are natural. We are taking about all natural Nootropics.
Another Important Factor- Oxytocin
In a paper appearing August 6th in Neuropsychopharmacology, researchers found that oxytocin can have specific effects in people with anxiety through its influence on the amygdala.
“Oxytocin has a very powerful effect,” says Dr. Baumgartner of the University of Zurich. Oxytocin lowers activity in the amygdala, a region linked with fear and danger.
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If you suffer from anxiety you should consult a medical professional. This article is not intended as a substitute for medical advice or to contradict previous advice given by a licensed medical practitioner. This is intended solely for information purposes.